The Longest Barrel Ride

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The Longest Barrel Ride
Studio album by Slightly Stoopid
Released November 21, 1998
Genre Reggae, punk rock, reggaefusion
Label Skunk Records
Slightly Stoopid chronology
Slightly $toopid
(1996)
The Longest Barrel Ride
(1998)
Everything You Need
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link

The Longest Barrel Ride is the second album by the band Slightly Stoopid, released by Skunk Records on November 21, 1998. This album incorporates various elements of reggae, punk, and ska. The track "Violence/FTP" contains a re-recording of "Fuck The Police" from their earlier album, Slightly $toopid. The track "Too Little Too Late" is also featured on their acoustic LP, Acoustic Roots: Live & Direct.

The Longest Barrel Ride has two distinct medleys, one starting from "I'm So Stoned" and ending at "Running Away", and another from "Violence/FTP" to "Metal Madness". The first medley has a calmer tone than its aggressive latter.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Castles Of Sand"   3:56
2. "Johnny Law"   1:38
3. "Ese Loco"   2:27
4. "Living Dread"   2:32
5. "Don't Fuck'n Look"   2:08
6. "Hands Of Time"   3:11
7. "I'm So Stoned"   2:33
8. "Sinking Stone"   1:43
9. "Roots Rip"   1:22
10. "Crazy Riff"   0:54
11. "Running Away"   2:12
12. "Struggler"   2:42
13. "Slightly Stoopid"   3:38
14. "Mr.Music"   3:32
15. "To Little To Late"   3:43
16. "Jedi"   2:11
17. "Violence/FTP"   3:52
18. "Just A Buzz"   1:25
19. "Metal Madness"   3:09
20. "Free Dub"   9:55
Total length:
58:36

Credits[edit]

Performers
  • Miles - Vocals, Guitar
  • Kyle - Bass, Vocals
  • Adam - Drums
Other Credits
  • Ikey Owens - Keys on #1, #6, #7, #9, #12, #14, #16, #20
  • Miguel - Background Vocals on #2, Lead Guitar on #11, #18
  • Rakan - Vox on #6
  • Z-Man - Vox on #11
  • Field Marshall - Drums on #12, #20
  • Tim Wu - Sax on #15, #16
  • Cover Art by Billy Albers

Notes[edit]

  • "Slightly Stoopid" contains a guitar riff version of "When The Saints Come Marching In".
  • "Free Dub" contains two hidden tracks, the first being a cover of The Fugs' "I Couldn't Get High" and the second being a song entitled "Nico's."

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